If you were entering sensitive information online, you would not want someone standing just over your shoulder watching as you enter your passwords, sensitive health information, and more. The same principle applies to your social networking accounts, online bank accounts, email accounts, and so forth. But there is someone that stands over your shoulder and sees everything that you do online - your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
So why would you want them to see your moves online? Every Internet user in the world needs to be aware that their ISP is keeping logs of their activity, and essentially spying on them. In some countries, regulations like the new UK Snooper’s Charter mandate that ISPs and mobile data providers are required to store your internet history logs for years.
Now that governments are forcing your ISPs to log all of your private, online activity, privacy protections are needed more than ever. In America, top ISPs have been lobbying the FCC for months to defeat privacy and digital security orders that would force them to apply reasonable protections on your private data, and seek your permission before selling that private data to advertisers and other third parties. They will sell your internet history, personal information, and more for a profit.How do I protect my privacy from my ISP?
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